Banking & Finance

During 2018, UK based securitisations of all classes of collateral, but in particular RMBS and ABS, incorporating Scottish loans (or other contractual obligations) continued to be attractive to originators, issuers, arrangers and funders due, in part, to a large degree of regulatory and legal alignment between England & Wales and Scotland. However, there are a number of distinctive elements of Scots law that can unseat those who have not fully adapted transaction documentation purporting to securitise Scottish receivables to take account of those differences.

We have prepared a short practical guide for you to keep and refer to should your securitisation or warehouse financing deal involve any Scottish aspects. Your guide should be the first place to check for answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, such as ‘what law should govern the transaction documents’ and ‘what Scottish security can be taken’. Our dedicated securitisation team would be happy to help with any questions you might have on all types of securitisation transactions incorporating Scottish assets.

To download the guide, please click here.

Banking partner and Scottish securitisation specialist Marion MacInnes will be attending the 23rd annual Global ABS conference again this year and will be joined by Peter Brading, a key member of our securitisation team.

Please get in touch with Marion or Peter to arrange a meeting at the conference. We would be pleased to hear from you.

Peter Brading

Associate at Brodies LLP
Peter is an Associate in the Banking and Finance department and is based in Edinburgh. He has a broad range of banking experience and acts for both lender and borrower clients on deals with Scottish, English and international elements.
Peter Brading